Research In Motion Limited (USA) (NASDAQ:RIMM)’s Shares Jump Before New Smartphones Launch

RIMM BlackBerry 10On Wednesday, Research In Motion Limited (USA) (NASDAQ:RIMM) offered a number of free devices at an event in Manhattan to launch its latest BlackBerrys smartphones.

RIM’s a long-delayed unveiled its first two smartphones with the new BlackBerry 10 system. In its BlackBerry Q10 will have a physical keyboard, whereas its second model BlackBerry Z10 has a touch-screen keyboard.

Smartphone analyst, Crawford Del Prete said that RIM’s new BlackBerry should help reverse the slide in sales and in just few weeks or months, it will be enough to get BlackBerry loyalists to continue with the platform.

Most of the reviews about the BlackBerry show its well manufacture, reliable, and with a familiar traditional keyboard. It is also said that BlackBerry but the and also introduced a new addiction to American culture, its most of the devices were popular especially in many corporations and government sectors because the software was tailored to protect business communications.

BlackBerry devices had fewer apps as compared to in comparison with different smartphones like iPhones and Android sets because their developers said it was too hard to make software for the phones, and also less profitable.

Just after the Wednesday’s opening bell, shares of RIM climbed more than 5%, just ahead of RIM’s launching its latest smartphones ceremony in New York City. At the end of the day RIM’s stock was trading up 81 cents at $16.47.

RIMM shares fell -7.18% to $12.80 in current session on Thursday.

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